Tom had 5 toy cars. His dad gave him 3 more toy cars. How many toy cars did Tom have in all?


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1 How many and in all? How many more than? How many are left? Tom had 5 toy cars. His dad gave him 3 more toy cars. How many toy cars did Tom have in all? 7 birds were in a tree. 2 more birds flew to the tree. How many birds were in the tree? My sister gave me 3 pencils. My brother gave me 5 more pencils. How many pencils do I have altogether? 3 oranges were in bowl. 8 oranges were added to the bowl. How many oranges were in the bowl? Peter had 6 marbles. Mike gave Peter some more marbles. Then Peter had 13 marbles in all. How many marbles did Mike give Peter? Jen picked 4 flowers on Monday. On Tuesday she picked some more flowers. If Jen picked 10 flowers in all, how many did she pick on Tuesday? Bob read 2 pages of his book before lunch. After lunch, he read some more. If Bob read 10 pages in all, how many did he read after lunch?
2 Sam gave out 8 cookies to the girls in his class. He then gave each boy a cookie. If Sam gave out 16 cookies in all, how many cookies did he give to the boys? Paul had some baseball cards. Stan gave him 2 more. Then Paul had 5 cards in all. How many cards did Stan give Paul? Mom baked cakes for the bake sale. She baked 5 cakes in the morning and some cakes at night. If she baked 10 cakes altogether, how many cakes did she bake at night? Some kids got on the bus at the first stop. 7 kids got on the bus at the next stop. If there were 10 kids on the bus altogether, how many kids got on the bus at the first stop? On Monday, our class collected some cans for recycling. On Tuesday, we collected 6 more cans for a total of 12 cans. How many cans did we collect on Monday? Fred had 7 toy boats. He lost 3. How many toy boats did Fred have left? Abbey bought some pencils on Saturday. On Sunday, Abbey bought 7 more pencils. When she counted her pencils on Sunday night, she had a total of 10 pencils. How many pencils did Abbey buy on Saturday? I had 10 balloons at my party. 4 balloons popped. How many balloons were left? The cat had 6 kittens. 2 kittens were brown. The other kittens were black. How many kittens were black? I had 7 dolls. My friend took 2 of my dolls to her house. How many dolls were left at my house?
3 There were 13 cookies on a plate. We at 6 cookies. How many cookies were left on the plate? The pet store had 18 fish in a fish tank. They sold 10 fish. How many fish were left in the tank? Patrick had 12 pennies. He gave 8 pennies to his brother. How many pennies does Patrick have now? Patrick had 12 pennies. He gave some pennies to his sister. Now Patrick has 10 pennies. How many pennies did Patrick give his sister? Violet made 12 cupcakes. Her friends ate 9 cupcakes. How many cupcakes did Violet have left? Sasha had 10 crayons. Some of her crayons broke. She had 4 crayons left. How many of her crayons were broken? Ben had some stickers. He gave 5 to Bubba and then he had 10 left. How many stickers did Ben have to begin with? I gave my dogs 12 dog treats. They ate them all, so I gave them 4 more to eat. How many dog treats did my dogs eat altogether? Four ducks were swimming in the pond. 8 more ducks joined them. How many ducks are in the pond now? Wesley was putting away his socks. He put away 13 socks, but left 5 on the floor. How many socks does Wesley have?
4 Emma had 14 carrots. She fed some of the carrots to her horses. She had seven carrots left. How many carrots did she feed her horses? Jack sells cars. He sold ten cars by the end of the week. There were 4 cars left. How many cars were for sale at the beginning of the week? Claire is 8 years old. Her sister is 3 years old. How much older is Claire than her sister? 12 apples were on the apple tree. 8 apples were in a bowl. How many more apples were on the tree than in the bowl? The first grade students were eating lunch. 10 students brought their lunch from home. 8 students bought a lunch from the lunch line. How many more students brought their lunch from home than bought lunches? The squirrels were storing nuts for the winter. They had 7 nuts in their nest. They found 8 more nuts. How many nuts do they have now? Liam has 6 marbles. Pat has 3 more marbles than Liam. How many marbles does Pat have? Valerie drew 7 pictures on Monday morning. Later that day she drew 2 more. How many pictures did Valerie draw on Monday? Dave read 8 more pages from his book than Victoria. Victoria read 6 pages. How many pages did Dave read? Grace saw 4 bees buzzing by in the morning. In the afternoon, Grace saw 6 more bees than she saw in the morning. How many bees did Grace see in the afternoon?
5 Peyton sold 4 more cakes at the bake sale than Mark. Mark sold 9 cakes. How many cakes did Peyton sell at the bake sale? The brown bear had 3 cubs. The black bear had 2 cubs. How many more cubs did the brown bear have than the black bear? There were 16 dogs at the dog park. 7 of the dogs were girls. The rest of the dogs were boys. How many boy dogs were at the dog park? 11 boys and 7 girls were swimming in the pool. How many children were swimming? There were six boys playing soccer on the playground. 4 girls were on the swings. How many children were on the playground? 6 birds were in a tree at the park. 4 birds were on the grass at the park looking for bugs to eat. How many birds were at the park? My friend has 3 cats and 2 dogs. How many pets does my friend have? Ben and Patrick were shooting baskets. Ben made 4 baskets, and Patrick made 2 more baskets than Ben. How many baskets did Patrick make? Leo had 5 friends at his house. 2 more friends came by to play. How many friends are at Leo s house now? Tori rode her bike 4 miles yesterday. Today she rode her bike 10 miles more than yesterday. How many miles did Tori ride her bike today?
6 The Easter Bunny hid 18 Easter eggs. He hid 10 eggs in the grass, and some in the bushes. How many eggs did he hide in the bushes? On Halloween, I got 10 chocolate bars and some lollipops. I had 16 pieces of candy in all. How many lollipops did I have? Jessica has 5 pennies and 12 nickels. How many coins does Jessica have? Jessica has 5 pennies and 12 nickels. How many more nickels does she have than pennies? Jessica has 5 pennies and 12 nickels. She lost 2 of her nickels. How many coins does Jessica have left? My dog has 4 balls and 7 bones. How many more bones than balls does my dog have? Sasha was counting how many steps it takes to get from her room to the kitchen. It takes her ten steps. How many steps would it take Sasha to walk from her room to the kitchen and back to her room? Our classroom has 10 desks and 14 chairs. How many more chairs does our classroom have than desks? At the library, our class checked out 10 fiction books and 7 nonfiction books. How many more fiction books did our class check out than nonfiction books? In my desk, I have 12 pencils and 5 notebooks. How many more pencils do I have than notebooks?
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